1303.25 27.45 (2.15%)
NSE Dec 03, 2021 15:31 PM
Volume: 440.5K

Tata Communications Ltd.    
20 Oct 2021


  • Consolidated revenue came in at INR 4,174 crore (USD 563 Mn); growth of +1.7% QoQ and 5.2% decrease YoY. Sequential growth is on account of gradual recovery across both Data and Voice segments.
  • Consolidated EBITDA stood at INR 1,113 crore (USD 150 Mn); an increase of +12.9% QoQ and a decrease of 3.9% YoY with margins at 26.7%. Margin expanded by 260 BPs QoQ and 40 BPs on a YoY basis.
  • Consolidated Profit After Tax (PAT) is at INR 425 crore (USD 57 Mn) as compared to a profit of INR 385 crore in Q2 FY21, registering a growth of + 10.6% YoY and 43.7% QoQ.
  • CAPEX for this quarter was at INR 392 crore as compared to INR 318 crore in Q2 FY21.
  • Data revenues stood at INR 3,140 crore, registering a growth of + 1.1% QoQ and a decrease of 2.2% YoY. With COVID situation easing, we have started to witness gradual recovery in business, all segments grew sequentially after 3 quarters of decline.
  • EBITDA for the segment was at INR 1,049crore, registering a growth of +12.6% QoQ and a decrease of 3.4% YoY, with margin at 33.4% on the back of growth in profitability in Core Connectivity and Digital Platforms & Services.
  • Core Connectivity portfolio delivered growth of + 0.4% YoY in revenue; EBITDA increased by +0.9% YoY and +8.0% QoQ, with margins at 45.9%.
  • Digital Platforms and Services have started to show gradual recovery on a quarterly basis, revenue improving by +2.3% QoQ.

Commenting on the second quarter performance, A.S Lakshminarayanan, MD and CEO, Tata Communications, said, “Delivering a sequential growth on a quarter-on-quarter basis after three quarters of decline is a positive indicator which we will continue to build on. The second quarter of FY22 was marked by recovery with favorable underlying trends as economic activities normalise. As the global industries recover, we continue to maintain sharp focus on the needs of our customers, in line with the rapidly changing trends and evolving digital needs.”

Commenting on the results, Kabir Ahmed Shakir, Chief Financial Officer, Tata Communications, said, “Our performance in the second quarter demonstrates a continued improvement in revenue supported by improvement in profitability and build-up of free cash flow. We continue to strengthen our balance sheet and invest for future growth as we evolve as a trusted partner for our customers, enabling their digital transformation journey.”


Result PDF

1 Comment
archit_anand143 Strange there is finance cost line item in financial statement.....Beware of this company
21 Oct 2021
Tata Communications Ltd. is trading below it's 50 day SMA of 1346.0
More from Tata Communications Ltd.